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No sound ever since i wiped out my pc,now it has no sound,i tried every kind of drivers,went to device manager to update them,no goog

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First uninstall the audio driver and restart your pc then install audi driver.

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1. no audio device, if you sound card is integrated , first to CMOS inside look at sound card was disabled or not, then again consider driven of problem,
in device management Manager in look at is has yellow of question mark or is laments,, some words on double-click the device (into driven CD), click Update driven program, by prompted update can (don't said you does not yo).
also directly can be placed in the driver CD to install the driver, after installing your reboot should resolve the issue.
2, and if sound card is independent, first look card gold finger whether oxidation, as found gold finger gloss Dim found block rubber wipe to oxidation layer, again see PCI slot within whether has product dust, if has words with rubber blowing blowing clean dust, again with new of Yuan folding up to slot inside wipe about, then will sound card insert PCI slot within, must to plug tight, also no on for a slot try try. Determine Board connection when there is no problem, follow the steps to install drivers, in case of hardware damage alone will solve the problem.

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You need to get someone who knows about computers to open your computer and check to see what kind of sound card it has. Then type the model number into google, followed by the word driver, and look for a download.
Also download and install Belarc Adviser and run it and find your motherboard model number. Then google that followed by the word drivers, and look for the Chipset Driver (essential) and audio, LAN, and wireless (eg broadcom, atheros, intel pro etc) drivers too.
You could also try going to Control Panel > System > Device Manager and looking in the list for the sound device. It will have a yellow exclamation mark next to it. Then double click it and then click the driver tab in the window that pops up. See if you can update it from there.

Whenever you wipe a system and do a clean install, this is what you have to do to get the new operating system to 'recognise' what the various parts of the motherboard and sound cards etc. At some point you'll have to find out what kind of graphics card you have too, and download and install drivers for that, they'll probably be ATI or nVidia.
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Please try to update the driver of your dazzle device.

1. Plug in the hardware.
2. open control panel and go to system and maintenance
3. in system and maintenance, click on the system icon
4. Once the system window open kindly find the device manager and click it.
5. once the device manager is opened , go to the sound, video and game controllers category.
6. Under sound, video and category right click the pinnacle DVC device and choose properties
7. once properties window is opened go to the drivers tab
8. in the drivers tab, uninstall the driver.
9. if you have 2 entries for the pinnacle DVC device kindly uninstall both.
10. unplug the hardware.
11. restart the PC
12. If you have the PCLEUSB2x32.exe file saved on your PC kindly run it. if not kindly download it from this link:

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13. Once you run the PCLEUSB2x32.exe and it asked you to modify, repair or remove, kindly remove it. and restart the PC.
14. Once restarted, run again the PCLEUSB2x32.exe to install the driver. then restart the PC after installing.
15. After restarting, plug in the hardware device and it should install the driver of the device automatically.
16. after it installed automatically it should say that the device is ready for use.
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should auto recognise and install the drivers for you,
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reinstall sound device or sound manager after that reboot to save settings,update device drivers thru device manager
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Hope this helps,please rate me thanks

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